There's a meaty restaurant, too
While there is obviously fresh pasta, Neapolitan and Roman style pizza, and an Italian bakery within these 40,000 square feet, in February, Eataly also rolled out the butcher-focused restaurant Manzo, meaning "beef" in Italian. (The intimate space also offers a respite from the bustling marketplace.) Manzo's centerpiece is a custom-built, three-tired, wood-burning grill (powered by white oak, apple wood, and coals) that flame-cooks all the prime cuts. To drink, there's a 400-bottle Italian wine list and a cocktail program that incorporates -- naturally -- Italian liqueurs.